Video-Powered PD: Three Concrete Strategies to Improve Instructional Practices (TCEA TechNotes)

Video coaching is a powerful, collaborative, and accessible process. It helps teachers truly reflect and improve upon their instructional practices, and takes professional learning to the next level.

For educators looking to design and implement a plan for using video coaching, the new book “Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning” offers concrete guidance for recording and sharing classroom video. The book includes 12 essential video coaching strategies with detailed implementation guides that enrich the professional development process for teachers.

Three strategies are detailed in the article. Read more at Video-Powered PD: Three Concrete Strategies to Improve Instructional Practices (TCEA TechNotes)

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Instructional leadership can take many forms and have many titles: academic coach, curriculum specialist, principal, district administrator, and more. And according to one expert, all those instructional leaders share one thing in common. And it’s something that they don’t do. “Instructional leadership is [not] about being the smartest person in the building. It’s about getting…